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INET Oxford's Eric Beinhocker and entrepreneur Nick Hanauer argue that “middle-out economics” represents a major break from the neoliberal economic thinking that has dominated US and Western policymaking for decades.
DPhil student Jocelyn Perry co-authored a piece with Ben Abraham (DPhil 2015) looking at the legacy of COP26 and how the international community can build on the promises made in Glasgow.
Interview with Eric Beinhocker in which he discusses why businesses should accept climate mitigations swiftly.
DPhil student James Walsh co-authored the paper 'Delivering behavioural change at scale: What conservation can learn from other fields' published in the journal Biological Conservation.
Eric Beinhocker and George Soros write that the US should follow the lead of European countries who have announced government nationwide payroll guarantees
Eric Beinhocker draws on moral arguments and historical comparisons to advocate a carbon abolition movement
Eric Beinhocker argues that the future of our species and planet depends on creating a mass social movement motivated by moral arguments, not statistics
Eric Beinhocker discusses misconceptions about Adam Smith on the PM programme
Eric Beinhocker gave a lecture titled 'The economy as a complex and evolving system' as part of UCL's Rethinking Capitalism series, which is available now on